MN: Allianz temp worker accused of identity theft

Susan Feyder reports:

A 30-year-old Minneapolis woman has been accused of using her job as a temporary employee of Allianz Life Insurance Co. to steal the identities of five people in a scheme that resulted in losses of more than $50,000.

Monique Fletcher, who worked for from October 2008 until April 2009, is scheduled to appear in Hennepin County Court Thursday on a felony count of identity theft.

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